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General News / September 3, 2019

J.I.D confirmed for headline show in Dublin

General News / September 3, 2019

J.I.D confirmed for headline show in Dublin

If you caught J.I.D at Longitude this summer you’ll know first hand how much of a star prospect the Atlanta rapper is.

 

J.I.D truly started his ascent in 2016 when he released an EP with his collective Spillage Village, a group made up of 6lack, EarthGang and others. He soon signed to J. Cole’s Dreamville imprint on Interscope Records and has released widely acclaimed records with them since.

This year he’s been contributing to various projects as well as touring extensively, as well as dropping latest single ‘Costa Rica’, and now he’s set to bring his European tour to Dublin.

J.I.D plays The Academy on December 3. Tickets €25 on sale Friday September 6 at 10am.